Indie rock icons will link up in October.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Death Cab For Cutie, The New Pornographers, and Thurston Moore highlight this year’s lineup.
The National, Death Cab For Cutie, Death From Above 1979, The Flaming Lips, and more!
If only for one track, this may very well be the greatest super group ever assembled.
St. Vincent, Mastodon, Spoon, Thurston Moore, Phosphorescent, and more to play Raleigh Festival.
“I’m involved in a really sweet relationship and it really does make me happy”
Hold on to your butts.
Sonic Youth member explores the power of poetry, friendship, and magic in ambitious new video.
During the Fly Awards, where both acts took home awards.
As part of a new 7-inch single for Blank Editions Solo Series.
T. Rex, Nirvana, Mudhoney make the list. Sonic Youth doesn’t.
Band or no band listen to new song, “Lungs”
A listing of events scheduled all across the globe.
Hundred of musicians sign open letter to Russian government.
Mr. Moore gets rather candid.
“Okay, what else is going to happen to me?”
Taken from their “Cause and Effect” series.
David Bowie, Elliott Smith, Biggie, Pulp, The Cure, and loads more.
For those that couldn’t make it.
Sonic Youth offshoot has a busy year planned.
Moore asks for local record store owners’ help.
Thurston Moore, Klaxons, Alt-J, and more.
Can too many musical icons be a bad thing? Yup.
The band’s 1985 performance at Chicago’s Smart Bar captured in new archival release.
Moore goes from “burroughs” rock to Yoko to black metal.
Thurston Moore celebrates his 54th birthday with a new song.
The latest track from Thurston Moore’s new band.
Download “Burroughs” now.
YOKOKIMTHURSTON arrives in September.
From a tribute to the British folk artist.